I'm looking for a recent, comprehensive, dirt to wheels comparison of EV's, (including inputs used to get the fuel to generate the electricity and resources and energy used to build the batteries and power train), and ICE's, (also including inputs used to drill for oil and resources and energy used to build motors, transmissions and exhaust systems). This is assuming the current US grid mix of about 48% coal. I'm not aware if such a study exists and it would seem daunting to take into account all the many possible variables. The anti-EV lobby is "drilling down" even further, as they should, trying to suggest that the entire EV chain is less efficient than the ICE chain when battery pack construction inputs and fuel source extraction inputs are included. This is of course ignoring the fact that increased renewables in the future would skew things further in favor of EV's.